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zebra
American English: /ˈzibrə/
British English: /ˈzɛbrə/
, /ˈziːbrə/

Translation of zebra in Spanish:

noun plural -bras or -bra

  • Example sentences
    • The Cape Colony extended systematic protection to elephants, giraffes, hippopotami, buffalo, zebras, quaggas and antelopes in 1886.
    • This family, made up of the horses, asses and zebras, contains one genus with nine species.
    • The route of the safari will allow visitors to see for themselves a wide variety of African wildlife including lions, rhinos, giraffes, zebras, chimpanzees and many other species.

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